Fluorite—Colorado

These fluorites were obviously formed during a late stage of crystallization.  The fluorite often surrounds, binds, or encases pieces of “shattered” microcline.  These are interesting collector’s pieces because of their relative rarity for the area.

 

All fluorite specimens on this page are from Teller County, CO

ID# SP3-365 Fluorite and Hematite after Siderite Pseudomorph

Maximum dimension approximately 1.0” (25mm)

  Sleeping Princess Property, Teller County, Colorado $30

ID# SP3-548 Fluorite, Smoky Quartz, and Hematite after Siderite Pseudomorph. 

Maximum dimension approximately 1.2” (30 mm).

Sleeping Princess Property, Teller County, Colorado $150

ID# SP3-444 Smoky Quartz, Microcline, Albite, Fluorite, and Specular Hematite. 

Maximum dimension approximately 1.5” (38 mm).

Sleeping Princess Property, Teller County, Colorado $20

ID# SP3-364 Fluorite, Specular Hematite, Microcline, and Smoky Quartz Maximum dimension approximately 1.1” (28mm)

  Sleeping Princess Property, Teller County, Colorado $40

ID# SP3-363 A complex specimen of Smoky Quartz, Fluorite, and Specular Hematite

Maximum dimension approximately 1.3” (33mm)

  Sleeping Princess Property, Teller County, Colorado $40

ID# SP3-532 Fluorite, Smoky Quartz, and Microcline 

Maximum dimension approximately 1.7” (43 mm).

Sleeping Princess Property, Teller County, Colorado $35

ID# SP2-722 Fluorite, Smoky Quartz, Microcline, and Albite on matrix

Maximum dimension approximately 4.3” (109 mm).

Sleeping Princess Property, Teller County, Colorado $80